In fiscal year 2017, the Department of Arts & History installed several major public art projects and historical interpretive signs, broke ground on the renovation of the James Castle House, established the city archives, celebrated twenty years of the grant program, launched the first-ever city of Boise Cultural Plan and cared for a growing collection of art and artifacts. These projects, among many others, helped establish A&H as an integral force in the life of Boise's arts, culture and history. Read about our accomplishments and more in our Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2017 (October 2016 - September 2017).

Fiscal year 2017 Annual Report (PDF)
Fiscal year 2016 Annual Report (PDF)

Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Report (PDF)
Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Report (PDF)
Fiscal Years 2012 & 2013 Report (PDF)
Fiscal Year 2011 Annual Report (PDF)
Fiscal Year 2010 Annual Report (PDF)
Fiscal Year 2009 Annual Report (PDF)

If you would like to receive a printed copy of the report, contact Rachel Reichert at 208.608.7046


Arts & History Department Ordinance (PDF)
Percent for Art Ordinance (PDF)


City of Boise Cultural Master Plan 2017 (PDF)
VRT Main Street Station Arts Plan 2015 (PDF)

Art, Artifacts, and Archives Plan 2015 (PDF)
Public Art Division Plan (PDF)
History Division Plan (PDF)
30th St. Cultural Arts Plan, 2013 (PDF)
Metro Arts Plan 1996 (PDF)
Cultural District Plan 1998 (PDF)
Downtown Arts & Culture Plan 2007 (PDF)
Water Shed Arts Plan, 2009 (PDF)
Linen District Cultural Concept Plan 2010 (PDF)


National Arts Index 1998-2009 (PDF)
Economic Impact Report 2007 (PDF)
Economic Impact Summary 2007 (PDF)
Economic Impact Report 2002 (PDF)


Arts & History Department Organization Chart (PDF)